Maggie is an editor, writer, and runner. She has intense love for shoes, jewels, and giant rings. She's a chips and salsa enthusiast, and loves any excuse for an afternoon cocktail. You can find her at her nickname namesake, oysterhands.com.
There shouldn’t be a stigma around mental health, and here I was inducing one onto myself.
Digital Tent ON January 7, 2019 BY: Maggie Trela
My job would dictate my level of success, and it would also become my identity and bolster my self-worth.
Spirit ON January 2, 2019 BY: Maggie Trela
Everyone means well, but is there a point at which we need to stop asking women when they’ll have children?...
Digital Tent ON October 27, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
Of all the period experiences I’ve heard, The Hidden Tampon seems to be the most universal.
Body ON August 30, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
I started holding back. I stopped listening. Beyoncé embodied blackness and I wasn't sure if I was allowed to be...
Spirit ON May 2, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
I thought moving back home would resolve my indecision. But as I continue to run, no matter where my feet...
It was a platonic love, more special even than kinship or sisterhood. We weren't born tethered to each other; we...
Emotion ON February 10, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
Is sex consensual if one person participates but doesn't feel safe and secure?
Body ON January 23, 2018 BY: Maggie Trela
"Am I the reason you doubt yourself and your beauty?" my mom asked. It was a heavy question, but I...